ANSYS Polyflow Tutorial Guide

Part I: Introduction to using Polyflow in Workbench

Chapter 1: ANSYS Polyflow in ANSYS Workbench Tutorial: 3D
1.1. Introduction
This tutorial illustrates how to use ANSYS Polyflow fluid flow systems in ANSYS Workbench to set up and solve a 3D extrusion problem with a variety of inlet flow rates. This tutorial is designed to introduce you to the ANSYS Workbench tool set using a similar geometry to that used in 3D Extrusion (p. 149). In this tutorial, you will import the geometry and generate a computational mesh using the geometry and meshing tools within ANSYS Workbench. Then you will use ANSYS Polydata to modify an imported data file, solve the CFD problem using ANSYS Polyflow, and view the results in the CFD-Post postprocessing tool. Finally, you will use the Parameter and Design Points view in ANSYS Workbench to calculate results for multiple design points that represent different inlet flow rates.
This tutorial demonstrates how to do the following:
• Launch ANSYS Workbench.
• Create an ANSYS Polyflow fluid flow analysis system in ANSYS Workbench.
• Import and edit geometry using ANSYS DesignModeler.
• Create a computational mesh for the geometry using the ANSYS Meshing application.
• Import a data file, and modify it using ANSYS Polydata to include a user-defined template for the die inlet flow rate.
• Calculate a solution using ANSYS Polyflow.
• View the initial results and create an output parameter for the maximum velocity of the extrudate in CFDPost.
• Generate results for multiple design points using the Parameter and Design Points view, and chart how the outflow velocity varies with the inlet flow rate.

Part II: Extrusion
The following extrusion tutorials are available:
1. 2.5D Axisymmetric Extrusion
2. Fluid Flow and Conjugate Heat Transfer
3. Non-Isothermal Flow Through a Cooled Die
4. 3D Extrusion
5. Direct Extrusion
6. Inverse Extrusion
7. Flow of Two Immiscible Fluids
8. Flow of Two Immiscible Fluids by Species Method

Part III: Blow Molding
The following blow molding tutorials are available:
1. 3D Thermoforming of a Blister
2. 2D Axisymmetric Blow Molding
3. Plug-Assisted Thermoforming of a Blister
4. 3D Blow Molding of a Bottle


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